Fit Friday: one man's weight loss success story
A fitness success story on this week's Fit Friday. KY3's Paul Adler wanted to know how one man got up off the couch and then kept right on moving.
Paul shows us (see video) a guy who spent most of his life hating the thought of running. But, it sure doesn't sound like it now.
Gary Momphard says, "groovy... and laughs... there's something about the group that ...
Ozark pays ex-employee $78,000 to settle lawsuit
The City of Ozark agreed to pay its former human resources director $78,000 to settle a sex discrimination lawsuit. The city says it is settling the case, in cooperation with its insurance carrier, to save money but denies all allegations against it.
Cara Borneman filed the lawsuit after her position was eliminated in May, shortly after she had complained that the mayor and an alderman were ...
Annual report highlights Springfield schools' strengths and areas of improvement
Springfield school leaders are looking over the latest MAP test results and graduation rates.
There are a lot of numbers included in the Missouri School Improvement Program, or MSIP, annual report that the Springfield School District can be proud of.
One of the areas the district received an A-plus in is graduation rates. The four-year graduation rate has risen steadily over the past few years, from 85.4 ...
Labor Day gas prices cheapest since 2010
Labor Day is the final holiday before summer comes to a close. For many that means hitting the road one last time before cooler temperatures arrive. Gas prices are expected to remain at the lowest they’ve been in years for this holiday weekend.
According to a recent AAA fuel gauge report the current national average for gas is $3.44 per gallon of regular unleaded, compared ...
Arkansas woman nominated to federal post
President Barack Obama has nominated the chairwoman of the Arkansas Public Service Commission to serve on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The White House announced Thursday its nomination of Colette Honorable as a commissioner on the agency that regulates the transmission of electricity, natural gas and oil.
Honorable has served on the Arkansas Public Service Commission since 2007 when she was appointed by Gov. Mike Beebe. She ...
Missouri appeals court gets early voting challenge
A Missouri appeals court has set a Sept. 12 hearing on a challenge to a ballot measure authorizing a limited early voting period.
The state Court of Appeals' Western District approved an expedited schedule for the case after a Cole County judge on Monday rejected a challenge to the ballot wording.
At issue is a measure placed on the November ballot by the Republican-led Legislature that would ...